The National Constitution Center is on the ground in Tampa all week at the GOP convention, getting grassroots feedback as part of our Address America project. Check here all week to see what people are saying!
Sarah Palin, the star of the 2008 Republican convention, will be in Arizona this week. So who will take her place in Tampa as the breakout star of the GOP’s big show? Here’s a look at five GOP contenders under 50 years of age.
The epic court battle between Apple and Samsung over patent rights for computer tablets and phones is likely heading to an appeal, partially based on a Supreme Court precedent involving silverware.
Will Hurricane Isaac, Sarah Palin or Joe Biden be the biggest gate crasher at the GOP convention in Tampa? And who could steal the scene as a speaker? Here’s a brief look at what could be a wild week in Tampa.
Cyclist Lance Armstrong, citing an “unconstitutional witch hunt,” won’t pursue a defense against doping charges by the US Anti-Doping Agency, in the latest twist in an on-going saga.
An extensive Pew Research Center study shows the current presidential election is extremely negative in the media, partially because journalists have stopped filtering out attack messages.
The Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial is located on the Tidal Basin, creating a visual line of leadership between the Lincoln Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. The memorial’s location identifies King as a integral leader in American history.
American history is riddled with national political candidates who made puzzling mistakes. Some recovered, while others didn’t. Here’s a look back, from the days of Hamilton and Burr, to the current Todd Akin controversy.
The threat of a hurricane, literally, in Tampa may throw a few wrinkles into the Republican convention, but storm clouds are nothing new at these party gatherings.
Do you think the Constitution gave all Americans the right to vote? Not by a long shot. The current voter ID debate is fueled by more than 225 years of struggles over who can vote in elections.